During Vespers this past Saturday, Sister Mary David Lecker, Sister Mary James Dippold and Sister Monica Steiner celebrated their Final Incorporation into the Benedictine Sisters of Pittsburgh. Click here to view photos from the day!

Sr. Karen's Founder's Day Reflection (celebrated August 29, 2015)

Sr. Karen Brink, Prioress 50th Jubilee Reflection

View Sister Sue Fazzini's TEDx Pittsburgh Talk: True Leaders

Reflection for Sister Kathleen Mack: 75th Jubilee — by Sr. Barbara Helder, Sub-Prioress

Sixtieth Jubilee Celebration of Sisters Corinne Moeller, Norma Weigand and Evelyn Dettling — by Sister Karen Brink, OSB

Reflection for the Feast of Saint Benedict

Read the Summer 2015 Benedictine Newsletter

On September 12, 2015, our Benedictine community began a study of Pope Francis’ encyclical, LAUDATO, SI’ On Care for our Common Home.  In commenting on the encyclical, Dr. Daniel Scheid, assistant professor of theology at Duquesne University notes. “Reverence for creation allows awe and wonder to penetrate into our hearts and calls us to a ‘universal communion,’ to kinship with all creatures, to a sense of belonging and rootedness, and to joy in the cosmos.”

Each of us must be a “celebrant of creation.”

The Benedictine Sisters of Pittsburgh wish to express our utmost gratitude to those who have so generously contributed to our Annual and other appeals over the last 12 months.
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"Afternoon of Reflection for the Bereaved: Grieving through the Holidays"
Saturday, November 14, 2015
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Spiritual Spa for Women:
Advent: A Season of Joy and Expectation
Saturday, December 5, 2015 — Join us!

What is a Spiritual Spa?
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Oblate Meetings
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Basket Creations Studio:
Learn more about Basket Creations
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Oblates of St. Benedict are people of the general community who formally associate themselves with a specific Benedictine monastery.  The Benedictine Sisters of Pittsburgh treasure the gift of faith filled Oblates.  These women and men, through their quiet commitment to the Rule of Benedict accompanied by prayer and praise of the Monastic Hours, give each of us strength to collaborate in prayer, community, and ministry.

If you discover an interest in learning more about becoming an Oblate, click here to learn more!


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